Slow down and skill up with online business training

As it’s summertime in the Northern Hemisphere, typically business slows down a little with the school break. So, we thought August would be the perfect time for customers in our UK and US markets to invest in polishing up their Xero skills with some online business training. Which inspired us to come up with the concept for Summer Camp to help make the most of the slow down.

For the entire month of August we’re putting on a load of extra online training workshops to help people shape up their core Xero skills. We have also added a bunch of new, broader-based content and podcast conversations on a variety of business topics. We’ve already had great feedback on some of the marketing sessions we ran last week.

To view the full list of online training and content this year, pop along to the directory and take your pick.

View the full list of online training and content

We also managed to persuade some thought leaders to generously lend a hand with some exclusive Summer Camp Podcasts throughout the month. For example at 8.30am, bright and early this Monday morning we had Heather Townsend, business networking guru and author of the highly rated “Financial Times Guide to Business Networking” stop by our UK office for an interesting chat about referral marketing and networking.

Heather Townsend chats at the Xero UK office

So, book yourself onto some of our Xero Summer Camp online workshops. Or, pick a few podcasts to listen to with along with a refreshing, summery cocktail on your sun lounger – whether you find yourself on The Med, Florida or just manning the fort while everyone else is away this month.

Book yourself onto our Summer Camp online workshops

Listen to our Summer Camp podcasts

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October 8, 2013 at 7:51 pm

Nice blog for business training.Thanks for sharing video.

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